The Jasper news
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Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: August 16, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Monthly\ Meeting Jasper Pastor To I City Manager Ends''' __.DOtf; t "!FUQUA: VISITS TOBACCO ,, {f-i. r CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CORNER _

Hamilton.. County.Commissioners Speak ,OnChannel12 Publication .Of Know Hamilton County and Tell Others About It"


The Jasper Ministerial Affiance '
Jasper, Florida City manager ANNUAL MEET
is providing the speaker for pxttNeek'st
-, :;;.-*...:A Bwst.v 6,, 163 Fisk this week saacxzBced: that he ,
-The .Board of Gy jCommissioner "LK4 y Wsj.j= program had decided to,end publication of. r 1 r1oN QF JJ EQTORS.
Channel 12 WFGA. Rev. NOINraaa
fcr HwnBton'Xkwnty on '
I in an* the proceedings of the Jasper City
Florida met Jn regular E.. Booth, First MetbxxSs
today Council In The Jasper Newsv They
-session and the foltowbg, members Church, wfll be speaking' at 6:40 have been published monthly' for lrhe Hamilton County Chamber of Commerce will

were present: Jade vfnson, Guy a.rrs. Previous! ministers to speak hold their Annual
'McGbln. Aaron Hogan. Lawton on this program Rev. Sayer many; years here membership meeting, free f gait fry,

I. McCulley and Grover Wheeler. and"s Ca ova_and R v.,'Ed. Montgomery When asked.about the reason for and Eltxrtion of Directors on Thursday ereninyr August

; 'the ,foHowing. business ;was transacted -' the action he stated that he could 22. at 7:00 o'clock, in the V.FAV. Home,' Jasper

The: minutes' o fthe last meeting Youth' Week see 8Ii i tag no:,reason inter publishing'that -a :copy.of them the\* to: which\ the public is invited.

""s of the board'was read. by the clerk minutes was available for study In Awards wilT be presented to 12 1 youth of Hamilton

.by and the approved Clerk. by tee' Board as read Fireside Service the in office the city's for any business.citizen interested ,; County for their outstanding achievements fn FF A,

Cot Julian Wood Hamilton Tonight Aug 16 FHA, and\\, 4-H work "
I The matter was not brought before -
t County Civil Board Defense and left Director a copy met of I The .concluding service of the the couaciil for discussion ac- Howard H3T, Manager of the' Civic Affaw Divis
with the
Chapter 63-544 with the Board forth ["Youth Activities' Week" win ben conMng to Councilman Lang. but : ion of the Jacksonville Area Chamber of Commerce,

ir*eXamln ttlon. I:held tonight at the old football he said that Mr.. Fisk had'discussed : 'will be die guest speaker. The Directors of thv Chain.
} Motion'* made oy Mr. WheelelV 'Field, Central Ave. Rev. Sayer I the action with him beforehand.
/seconded was by Mr. McGhin .,.andsanirmotion Canova First Baptist Minister, Other councilmen were not questioned -- Rep. Don Fuqua was, home ,from Washington for a' short visit ber who have already had'the pleasure of hearing Mr..

; unanimously earned will speak at 8:30 on 'God's Guide 1 by your reporter. t:to tobacco markets in ,his district last -week and on Thursday visited Hill speak; report that her is- an outstanding speakerand

to ,approve or the Cart bond Smith for,carryinglirearms naurrl...es lines"- around the fireside. 1*' Jasper Market. Above picture taken in Chandler's Warehouse one whom everyone interested! nt the development
The nost church, First .Memo- NOTICE TO PARENTS' FIRST
of Hamilton Coun
being in the amount of JlOO.OOend B. Smith dist,'wishes,to thank; the ofter Ham: GRAD; CHILDREN (:haws left to right! Rudolph Racfcley!! a friend of Fuqua from Attha, tT'o hear..

\. :said and sureties Rufus Cuftreth being Jerry, the description -I Swift County churches for their If your preschool child has nota9ready tfaurice Bennett, local farmer Rance Andrews, County Agent and Election of Directory to fiD vacancies: on the Board

of said firerams described; participation and cooperation in had the READINESSTEST "uqua., :.. will also be held at this time::

"- follows: One S & W Revolver 32 this special. week. II in Mrs. Stephen's office, you : '...c Please support your Chazn&er of Commerce By attending
Special No. 86770. i iII will please bring him to the Jasper -
Motion was made by Mr.McGnin I elementary August 21 or 22 be- this meeting where you will be served excellent -
Vets' Parents were definitely determined to be
II seconded by,Mr. Hogan and unaa! ATTEST Thelma Lewis, Clerk food presented fine
tween the hours of 9:00 and 12:00 dependent. The of the .a program and can enjoy the
fJ purpose ques
1 mously resolution carried was, and adopted the following by the Marion CountyW.. E. Devore,. Chairman a.m. at the Jasper Elementary Asked T.;AnswerQuestioonaire tionnarie is to establish the fact fellowship of the citizens- of HannTton C uaty.
\ Board Jack Vmson; Chairman. that they have continued to be dependent -

RESOLUTION OP THE BOARDOF Hamilton County; If it is impossible for you to go and are still eligible for
A -
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Motion was made by Mr.. Hogan on either of these dates. Please can parents payment. ANN CAMP WINS COUNTY BEAUTY CONTEST

OF HAMILTON COUNTY FLORI- seconded by Mr. Wheeler to adopt Prof. Powell and he will arrange Dependent of deceased Recipients of the questionnaireare
DA. SUPPORTING THE POSITION th following resolution, and said another date for a' Very limited veterans receiving service-connect expected to return them before
OF THE SOUTHERN RAIL motion. was unanimously carried: number.' Not: more than 4'or 5 ed death comoensa.tionfrom payments October 3L Kenneth advises recipients -
WAY CO. IN ITS LITIGATION INVOLVING RESOLUTION I persons will be able to get a different the VA wilt receive a special that all questionnairesmust
.3gardin8 dependency
f THE ,date. questionnaire with be returned by the deadline
MULTIPLE CAR their monthly checks on or about date.
COVERING TRANSPORTATION I WHEREAS, Chapter 401 Florida :August 51, the Veterans Adminis-
OF_GRAIN' INTO. THE: SOUTH- Statutes creates a program knownas Revival .Services At tration announced today. Since the questionnaire cards win
EAST. "Hospital Service for the Ind-} be/ handled by machinery,, recipients -

WHEREAS, the Board of County 'gent" for the purpose of providing Divonia Baptist are At receiving the same time additional. veterans, who are requested not to fold cut
*.Comihissioriers'of Hamilton essential hospitalization for acutely : service mutilate or trim them in any man-

t County'.Florida desires to support ID or injured persons In this State ChurchRevival connected disability compensation' ner. ,
1 the position o fthe Southern Rail- who are medically indigent ;and because of a dependent parent or Kenneth stated that we have
in the case styled' WHEREAS the Legislature:- parents will also receive the dependency ,
way Company services the Divonia many' dependent parents living m1k1Di1tcu -
Co. Et. AD Vs. the adminis- .questionnaire! Kenneth
Cincinnati Etc. Ry propriates funds lor
Baptist Church jCbunynd, if "
begin i.. Monday ithey
Civil Action and for JaPi ostii t
/ United States, Et. AL tration of this program ? c "
' 5393 pending in the: Unit fctates the { !g .v.it M Stta.Fluids! : b1 .said.. should run into any difficulty com-
'>'District Court-nt'<3nci tatf- OhioTinvolvlng'"Uie : t6.ieh3'tm, 'f ,itt Carteroft'Jenndngs will be' the' At the time parents were placedon pleting this fonrv please contact .
lafcaSness: of population to: augments County evangelist.Rev. the him at the earn house.
compensation 'rolls
rates covering provided for .
multiple-car grain. F rods which maybe J. W. Titsworth of Jasperis
transportation for grain into the these purposes; and
Southeast ;or any similar 'case or WHEREAS, Section 401.08 (2)). serving as interim pastor until
j any appeal therefrom,. Now Therefore supra ,authorizes each: Board pf Rev. Truitt Comer of Danville Va. SHOP at' yurJ :
County Commissioners or other arrives Sept. 1 to become. .the

BE IT RESOLVED by the local official agency of this State regular pastor. LocAL RES"J Miss Ann Camp, daiMer' ol Mr. and Mr .1m I ('. (nmp ofrasper.
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Board of County Commissioners to budget for and'provide County was picked Miss
be to Everyone is invited to come by fudges as Hamilton Co .ntv of 1963 out of
that funds as necessary
Florida may
of Hamilton: County Seawell Attorney match, on n formula basis the and worship with us.. t ourteen contestants Friday night. The Contest was held as part of
c Hon. Malcom B. I 'S--Pai1 oiihecost of this ------ ,----. the Chamber of Commerce Festival. Miss wftl
J.J.i 1 i at Law, of 1010 Capital Club Building II Tobacco Camp repre-
I P. O. Box 2914. Raleigh. North program; and sent Hamilton County in the Florida frown Beauty Contest to be heldin

i 4 Carolina be and he is hereby WHEREAS. Section 40L06 (2)a ) Jacksonville Beach at the end of August. Above, left to right are-

I, authorized to file on' behalf of' ( )' supra provides that the COMMENTS FROM THE CAPITOL Miss Theresa Taylor daughter of Fred Taylor who was second nm ner-
HAMILTON COUNTY. FLORIDA financial participation required of .
up; Miss Marsha Braswell, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Dan Braswell,
in said each shall be
L a brief Amicus Curiae cause each County year by vent Neff
or on any appeal which may be equal to at least one-half dollar .Mf first runner-up.; Miss Ann Camp, andMiss Mary Kathryn Chandler the

taken in such case or in any simi- according to the estimate of the 1961 winner, who placed: the crown; on "Miss Hamftton County." ,
lar original proceeding or appeal,I population of said County for such The latest Soviet world rocker sent the effrontery' of the 'file of Harry Bridges' own (Above picture courtesy pf Don Freeman of Lake City)

therefrom. year by the Bureau of Vital Statistics is their refusal to pay their politicians who so blithely union ,, ,___ _On __
Passed and adopted by the Board of this State; and share to the United Nations. plan to experiment the. .

of County Commissioners of Hamilton mate of the oppulation of said Coon Not only is this'a direct refutation future value of my:.savings, A sign of the times is the

County Florida at a regular four such year by the Bureau of of the Charter which my insurance" and:my pen- shrinking membership in unions
at the Courthouse in Jasper stun .
meeting Vital Statistics of this-State and
Florida .on this the 6th day WHEREAS the estimated: calls for the suspension of any throughout the country.
of August A. D. 1963 pop'ulation member more than two years II.this 1'ic..tloll'of "theunion's 4,4
of Hamilton County for the There may be .soma'. good a.
Jack Vinson Chairman current year made by the Bureauof in arrears, but it is a disclosure reason why the 'Garment uninspired leadership '; ; 1'- .
Board .of County Comm. Vital Statistics of this State is before the whole world Workers' International Unresentment that salaries .

Hamilton County. Florida (-) inhabitants: now thereforeBE that if, the expended funds ion objects to' having its are being clipped for union

J 'ATTEST;: Thelma Lewis.and Ex-Officio Clerk IT RESOLVED by the Boardof represent the maintenance of own workers who administrate dues or Jut plain disillusionment
of.the Circuit Court
\ Clerk of the Board of County Com. mon County County Commissioners meeting in of Jasper Ham-, peace and order, the, Soviets the Union's activities with the "pie-in-the-

It Hamilton County, Florida. are against it. organize themselves sky" promises of union
Florida this 6th day of August 1963,
a union. Or maybe they
1> .SEAL leaders?
that effective Hamilton County par
t The following resolution was filed All'- '' just cant take their own .
tate-wide not
ticipate in said program, outgoing from medicine.
* )I with the Board: designed to provide hospital services Russia to Cuba. The,Soviets. One of our great peace-time :. :
11 THIS AGREEMENT entered into for the indigent as providedby buy Cuban sugar at a great showpieces is the nuclear ship
by and between MARION COUNTYa and for
Chapter 401 supra, deal under world prices.
,political subdivision of the Stateof these purposes a warrant trf this Regardless of whether they i Savannah. It cost $80,000,000. Above a general view of ten of the fourteen contestants as they

Florida, as the first party and Board is authorized to be drawn use. some of it at home or If was built to show the whole stood on the stage erected in hte Jasper City Park for the occasion. In

HAMILTON COUNTY a political payable; to the Treasurer of the sell most of it on the world ,World our Atoms for Peace"Program. the foreground is the judge's table and at the microphone is Mtes
subdivision o fthe State of Florida of Florida in the amount of t_
State Now it won't sail
I the second market, at today's prices Thelma Boltin, who acted as master of ceremonies for the evening.
as part 3850.00 dollars which amount is .! .
the Soviets reap upwards 3 w. tkc tetuon? .' *, laborconflict. ***. '
: of Fun
+ WITNESSE'IH: not less than fifty ($.SO) per capitafor it. 'Mareplcthaet Day Orrihfiide.. plage"
i The second party: does hereby the current estimated popula- of $150,000,000 of that --- And, worst of all, an a

f hire out all.of its male eblebodied tion of Hamilton County for the nasty word "profit". w_ -_ inter-union battle. Of course, CHAMBER THANKS be used to attract both tourists

..s prisoners to first party to be worfc- year 1963. and the clerk of this this disturbs you but luJgine'It ,FOR ASSISTANCE -,-- 'w -i'" ..a.< .4 ed upon the public roads, bridges. Board is directed 'to remit said takes Mae, bet the world the ridicule to which this subjects The Hamilton, County Chamber)r heed4n the new n..iet se"fiI
.. or other public works' of Marion warrant in., advance monthly ia
) ing County terms Florida and conditions aD.O.the, .vizr; foBow-. quart lry'or Board of Health.. P. Q. Box 210.
1. The second party,shall deliver : Communistic countryin- in the eyes of the world. citizens_ of Hamilton County for Deas and his Western Playboys
Jacksonville. Florida ,
Attention *
\ to the first party at Maricamp ,In Director Div. 'Hops .and NUTS. eluding Russia) which is their support in making the Hamilton entertained and played for the

I, Marion County. Florida the prison Homes for deposit with the Treas- prosperous and well-fed A U-2 plane flies over ResAt this writing., Tony "Pro" County Fun Festival a sue street dancing 'which was enjoyed

j ners of the second party covered urer of the State of-Florida to the but no country! haa'jeceivedSoviet sin and it is shot,down ProveDxaae,Jeader of the cess. Both the fiss Hamilton by many.

hereby. credit bf' Hamthtwi+ .County: In the .;aid without "hooka, ever ,Cuba, ad it's shot TeaBiaters. Local 530, and, County". Beauty P .rcant, held Fri- The Beauty Pageant and Fun
It 2. The first partyshall provide fund designated' "Hospital Service ia k". THat's beta "tree III8wIL:A II IIf II wanders close friend of the InterIndeaeata day evening and the Fun Festival Festival would not have been possible -

t afl prisoners covered hereby-with Fund 'for, the indigent' .and.. Egypt(Latin epei tbe Mereaa lines and national residentlames Saturday afternoon and evening U it had not for the many

I clothing meals and proper care BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, Aneriea Africa. '. 'everysomebody; Hoffa; has 'been tried and were. well attended. people who worked so very hard

I and shall make arrangement for ,that the County Health Departmentis where,the Ruaaiaaa! nave )Ihe explain why Soviet found guilty of shaking Friday evening. Miss Ann Campwas to help the Chamber of fie I
; their safe keeping after deliveryof authorized and directed to administer delivered1 their shoddy merchandise Radar boats aside tIM 3down a transportation com- crowned "Miss Hamilton to stage this affair. Net
said prisoners to Maricamp. this program for Hamilton for the materials die halt off Cape Casaavley for 17000.. Tony County" of 1963 by Miss Mary' ft&j&e
3. The of the first In accordance 'with' the they demand ia return people who participated cad be
.. party part County eral, Florida, and reel etose> ro"was opposed for leadership Kathryn Chandler the 1961 "SinusHamilton
,,. shall provide for the safe'return of provisions of Chapter 401.,}suPra. ; .. ,* -*' ia other tests, are treated in the Local bY'Fon&er' Miss Marsha !1 named,. but we do want lac'"
all prisoners covered hereby to the politely, by our own i 1"Thank you" and giv
Pree+Awt Dwight so Walter Glockner -
andBIT a shop
Braswell first and
was ,,
County from which such prisonerswere TT BURTHER RESOLVED D, Efoeafcewer wrete. it so Armed Forces. ? steward elected on an anti- Miss Theresa runner-up named to some of the folk wfca Mffe tt
sentenced. that & certified copy of-this: Resolution welt HI tfee Sttbtrday Eve- ProveazaBo ticket. Walter Taylor was so very very ban to help the
This shall continue in second Fourteen lovejly :
contact be submitted to: the :Ceunti Boat on--w Bridges boas of runner-up. Chamber of Commerce the
ping Federal Harry Glockaer was murdered in put on
effect until one of the parties hereto ladies from Hamilton.
; Medical Hamilton young
Society .the
shall have notified the other County Health Department and to Spending", and I take the the Interaatkmal ue. g- front of his home. Though County participated in the contest Hamilton County FtmFesttrai.Ranee .
liberty of it shoremen's Warehooae Unit has been I I Andrews. President the
party in writing of its Intentions to the State Board of Health. quoting here reported that and the panel of five judges had a el
terminate the same and'within ten FSBH Div. Hospitals & Nursing ve r bat II m: If we keep ion still advocates ad Glockner gasped out the difficult job in making their se I Chamber -of Commerce: Pita Festival -
(10)) days ,after receipt 'of such Homes headed in this direction, we openly woste for trade and names or his killers at this lections. Miss will I Committee. Jim Duaaway.
4 fl 4 notice this contract shall terminateand Netice* having been" given. .bj' raftj "4 the party of the first "party publication the Board announced perhaps"dollar- BA/'dnd ,fieadekips wiv! preheBded. Is there any i Blair Watkim Saunders, Foster
shall provide for the return of all that: they would open sealed bids ette", to describe accurately the verytriesjwhe ee..BM tic esn- wonder that the: p.b 1 i c Crown Council "Queen of the !BSrnes Carroll] McElroy; Beau
Florida Crown"
prisoners hereunder to the filed' with the Cleric: the baying power of .our aft all wsirisx throughout. the .aatiea.ia Beauty Pageant [ty Contestant aad ,
wherein they were The foBewMg bias! Were fifed "' ...NH..1t. "Wf OFCr t.ybetryLe. Iir hI. ... completely fed up to lhe held in Jacksonville' Beachon i Marsha BracweB, Jasper tponsots Lions;
IN WITNESS with the' ChI c:" -- --- Ia) iBCerP1iti iBCC4 Mir free society, tIMNI5'' with gangeeerkm ia labor Saturday, August 31. ? ,!Ann Camp. Garden Club :
parties hereto have caused i King Hardware &'9fenta, e Co. for the boat pdaaifele fut sre'' nIMinI,. little tint "tile BBJees? Coflfffess cannot Saturday afternoon Mr. Millard Judy : ;

presents to be executed ijUm Auto ,, '-..-, a$**; .:'- d for ..r. fwaKV.;:..*.tMfcia &Gent. ie alit. eo.tf Be tofemore anbri- Noblin of the Florida :Development Susan Small, Order of Eastern Star;
Levin Jasper Woman CUb
authorized respective this 23 day of. fries'*"**s HeItiRc"! 'A A4r..;wee. "* _' forward to evaMnal yatot! R. b t what it the wedllia died )pewer-BMd u b>> 0 r Commission was guest speaker ;

ATTEST; John Nfchefeent (Continued on Pace o 3)- ,cent I wHY bitterly >tewiti. tM zd JeMe and pointed out some of the potentials
of our county which: can (Continued PS Pf e) oJa

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f PAGE 'I 1JJVO 4. :, ::.;THE.t J ASPFR HEWS JASPER. FLORIDA i Friday, August 16, 1963

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I '"1't., : : '" ,: :' '\ :Mr. and Mrs. George'Sapp;::, ..iaout off the den.:were*.the Service pic GREASED Pit 'TURNED LOOSE

a ... 1r ,. h". 20 o( the your_ 'marrl !s enjoyed tures." "Ourcareer'' the hostess Pulpit Exchange ,- -
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-. i. .,, :.!.'... ,this -affair- :...:' .. :.>::.,:j/- ;0, -. ;5 c_ said. Sunday Night t
l : ... ;.t:. ';--t"- "I; Many friends called during the t
'''I' 'i Dr..Qt arjlonPrtther, Mrs. Prayier hour'to greet again,the'lovely bon,1 I
i \W" and.s n.i.- Oiwcitcame 4n& 'Franfc.1;J oree. j* TheMethodist church of Jasper"
r 'by:j Ibncby' night fot a little 3 "" **" : '-'''. "'*..' '*.w.a: -vMrs. ,', ';I and: Live Oak will:nave a pulpit '

visit 'with, Bother: :, Myrtle_ WWtev' : Albert Page, has.' just i returned exchange this Sunday night Rev. t

..ev They are enroute to Tampa( from a visit to Sanford and 1!Spivey Brabham of The First Meth 1
where Dr. Charlton will dq research Coco. She was joined 'on the Sanford ocBst Church UOak., will fill 1I

I iin the fieM of encephalitis. visit to see her brother James jthe Jasper pulpit at 7:00 p.m. ReyJ/ I

dt: ',. He has, just received his Ph.D. in ';Herndon by their sister Mrs* Dorothy Norman E, Booth of the First
bivRLHymia SYeaenn24961 etndemmology'at Chapel Hill N. C., t .
ut) Young of Jacksonville. She(Methodist Church Jasper will be
wheiy he has been studying theyear. t
then went to Patrick Air Base at'at the Live Oak Church at 7:30
1GOOD LUCK w 'f;:'smrcr ft Commerce"Building '
I I ;copied< 'It's good luck for thebride't is a thin: of beuty-an' asset past .. ,- f i Coco ADen Cribbs to see and Mr.little and granddaughter :dirs.John pjn. The Jasper pastor is the platform -,
speaker for the Live OakI
cut the first slice of wedding : to the ton and county/ Mrs.GraceWY4 Miss Pola Clardy will return to Diane. |

: 'care.! This assures her that secretary,.says she i ,expects her work in Jacksonville after this'i i I Methodist Youth Fellowship's, Above a 48-pound pig, well covered with petroleum jelly was
no one cut into her happiness, "Youth Activities Week". &mdayevening's ;
qan ,,move in next.week.Outstanding week with the home folks here f The Herndon families are gathering turned loose twice. First time it
was caught by Billy DaiL Then it
and'she will! be successful in her is the first of
is the little item. It,,(She and her sister Linda/visitedin message
for a Reunion Saturday Aug.
4 |was greased some more, and next time Jerry Alien
marriage.; : The groom places his is "bought and paid for" which Virginia the, first part of her 17 at Heart Springs near the town six scheduled for the coming week Register caught
but it was a lot harder: to hold. The
hand hers he share pig was donated by Clinton Mit
over so can
shows what can be ,done'on.Our;., vacation. t of Bell that is dbwn In the Trenton. 'on the theme: "A Changing Uni-
j with her the good things of life. own ". ,f section. verse end an unchanging> God. lit.- (standing behind the cage in the picture)I.
J The first wedding cake was madeof !t.
We ,understand also that glen Ta" ;y parties were in vogue 4 ; '. i ._ ,
flour and
salt, and water was ,
3 minded ladies of the clubs will do decades ago and then they wern't.. Mrs. Albert Page (Nora) entertained
tryover 'hard. The cake was broken r But fashions come and 'andcpm J. E. Bowyer and baYs i .
some planting. -. go the LydiaCireleel ,Monday Mt' Mike .> '
the head of the bride and flew : f ? ". .A'. : ..y : t :;! '- ''and'Pete' Monday' t :
into4ragxne .....if.t-In talkingito Aitt:.. about $.again !.d tW ,. "erii;# -ll> ig:17., :* -.,llUUgave'a spent night'with
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{ I """ memberships he said. they wouldbe However what was tacky then is good program on Christian Arith- Mrs. Florence Ryan on the way
jjjyedding guests tried, to, get a glad to have everyone*anem' not tacky nowv What is tacky 'anyway -:'metic. Delightful refreshments home after a trip to California. :
for luck. It's luck to .'
piece' good
her of the Chamber,of- bnunerce, ,: ? [followed the business session.
find a' four-leaf clover. Four leaf I
Dues start at $10 per year. | Tfie- 1l Green Sunday ,.school ,
clovers: have been considered lucky "' j''Class of First Baptist gave a "tac I Guy Dedge in Hamilton l Hospitalis TEENAGE,, 4-H CAMP t t

ever since Eve supposedly carried Dan Kirkman arrived home last i'ky party" last week It climaxed a thought to be recovering from Teenage 4-Hers go to Cherry ..,
one :from her Garden of Eden. j 1 I withthe home 3 month's attendance contest. The ,illness and .surgery. t. Lake '
. week for a visit : ,Friday 16 18 for the .t
folks before reporting:to,Camp Dix |i leasers entertained with a supperThursday j BEAUTY'PAGEANT'SPONSOREDBY district meeting 12 to 14 cot ntie '
,The Chamber of Commerce Fun September 4, for overseas duty. (, evening August 8. I I CHAMBER OF COMMERCE will be represented '1, '
Festival was a notable successas '
a Music was furnished by J. W. j, AH are winners in at Beauty con- These are young: people who are J
i; "many as 1,000 people affair attended' Mrs. "W. B. Lewis,is vacationing i Hall with his ban jo and guitarists. !est always someone chooses your most of the time helping with ,the i

the Saturday eveniing Tallahassee in the North Carolina'Mountains: i Sayer Canova and Roy McDaniel 1 I r Ann Camp won first place In the program this time each year is jI j
trial '
at WaynesviDe where Jt is her custom {|City Manager. Fisk and Mrs. Fisk Chamber of Commerce Beauty Pa- for their enjoyment. Mrs. \Vylma I
Mr,"Mfflard Noblin of the Indus- to join friends of .was the couple getting: First place .
)many: years1. I'geant Friday evening August 9. White and Mr. Rance Andrews will '
The street .
was the,guest speaker. dan i!Jin the tacky costumes. The Jesse She chose white for each appearance be the grownups from Hamilton.; Two locally-owned go-carts got a real workout at ten cents for
dancing was enjoyed by the
The Methodists are filling the''Woods came in second. Miss Louise: street frock:, swim suit, J two laps around the street in front of the court house which was blocked
era'and: the onlookers. 'I They win mostly set back and let
''Tailor I
week with activities 'for'the' won in the singles.
young even gown. off during the Tobacco Festival Fun Day. The one pictured, 'being
.Elsewhere we've written of the'Beauty" the youngsters plan and out
people. It is known as Youth Week'I Clever games were played. In Marsha Braswell carry driven: by Tommy Manning, is owned by Mike Jones. not
pageant. Mr. Andrews, .r '. V A-_.' : .- 1: I an the report is hilarious. I was first run their own fun program. Going from ; Another
r president 'of.the Chamber of'Corn; :: r .: ; ?., : . :ner-up modeling a black street here are girls Sharon Howell pictured, two-passenger model, is owned by King Hardware Company.
merce, said:he was'sure: that-great ..Mrs? C-Jcil' Kenn' h.rMr s. !dress black,swim suit) and evening Rebecca: '
Leslie Wynelle ,
Tom. n eWashington r. *m corA COlA.PARTY OXWKDXESDAY dress of white. Dedge; BOXERS DRAW SPECTATORS
advantage can come to the entire JULY SIMrs. Boys James Dedge Dennis,
D- '
; CJ.visited .<:whel t* cile
i' Theresa '
1 county when they join together in :Air. and"Mrs, Jack l t!'lac Julian Wood entertained ata Taylor's 'swim suit and Smith Billy Morgan. Don Wether-1.
street dress were black and her
well work.
plajyi as
as i
cola late ington.
Mahon while Pauline was a guestof coca party Wednesday evening pale
green. '
'Mrs. Mr. and Airs' Frangston; Elbe afternoon, July 31 at her home on i S'sMrs. .
Blanch Herndon Jimvright It Was as pretty a pageant of
road 41 north I Lay Lee Capo of St. Augustine I '
had a spend-the-day with aU her and Mrs.\ Waldo'Kennedy and little I honoring Mrs. young ladies in fetching clothes as JfeT -,, ;
George Sapp. a bride of July in and Mrs. Inez Dowda and
four daughters and families Sunday granddaughter. bins Waldo Ken- I one would wish to see. II ''*;- i4s 4iyites-i--
August 11, the first time in nedy and little Beth returned' .home Douglas, Ga I i There were 14 In the contest eacha daughter Dee spent Monday in, Jas- I
There relaxed air of
five years. They were Mrs. Dorothy and are now with the Cecil KenjQedys. was a i credit to the Hamilton County per. i
McDonald and children of Waldo .is at present in friendly hospitality as the guests ,Chamber of Commerce. j i Mr. and Mrs Dan Braswell and
Lake City, Mrs. E. C. Davis and Gttantanamo. arrived and were presented to Mrs 1 I "|Elizabeth went to Atlanta on the ,
children of New Jersey, Mr. and .1 Sapp by the hostess. :, Mr. and Mrs. John Edward .I
weekend! to attend the wedding; of
Mr. and' Mrs. Benjy Kennedy Young Margaret Ann Sapp a and Billy and Ronnieof i
Mrs. Terry Hogan and son of I I I Bryan sons Uhria's nephew Mr. Nick Mullis to
Brunswick. Georgia Mr. and Mrs. spent the ,past weekend*with theparentS' niece, and Brenda Levin assisted Miami are visiting Mr. and :Mrs. '.:Miss Charlene Vaughn iI
Richard Giibson and son of Vlr-- ; Mr. and Mrs.. Cecil Ken !'with[ the iced cakes. B. E. Bryan for several: weeks this j
: '
'Mrs. Banks of Palatka and Mrs.
: ginia. nedy.1 I I The dining table was covered summer. I
. 1 with an embroidered linen cloth I John Edward is known to Jasper Maxie Morrison of Fort Myers returning -

Mrs. Jack Holloman tells me that j Mrs. Linda Jackson Adams and "was centered with a floral arrange : folks has been associated with from & vacation in them i I I
of I little daughter are here for two 1 merit. The trays of dainty sandwiches Dade | ocrtrtains. joined the Braswells t: Billy Grantham, who has fought in Golden G.oves tournaments
four-year-oldMaury son Jacky > County school$ as Math tea
and Mike Adkins. has had eye usr- weeks, visiting his family and Lin and cakes were for the 'cher for six year.He has just received -I there for the.wedding.. l'frequently set up a boxing ring in the park as part of Hamilton County -

gery at Baptist Memorial Hospital:da's mother, Mrs. Jackson. Tom, I taking. his Master degree in administration I I{ Mr. and :Mrs. O'Neal Goolsby ac [ Fun Day sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce. He acted as

i In Jacksonville. Justy 10-year-: the husband who. is in the Reserves I i I Guests were invited to see the from the U. of Miami and compained Mr. and Mrs. Braswell referee while various contestants tried their hand at the."art" of fisti

,old daughter ,spent the week here .is'>.in.'camp.. .. .' ..' I Wood's home recently built'their I plans to begin ,his studies for his,to Atlanta and visited their laugh I'cuffs. Wrestling was also tried for a while. It all helped to
with' the Hollomans, while Sherry_ first home Mrs. Wood proudly doctorate soon. ter Mrs. Aycocfc. add to the general confusion.
was in Camp O'Leno. Announcement. i&being >made o acknowledged". CoL Julian Wood l
t I the marriage of Mass" Mary Alice (retired) and Mrs. Wood had lived I
The, Wesley Guild! met Monday I Crawford of Dalton Georgia; and their years together on Army

evening with Mrs. LuciTe Leslie. George Wynn of Jasper for August i posts. On the walls of the hall just I
Mrs. Betsy Haskins led the pro-! 17. The wedding will take place
gram. : !,t .. in the chapel of Berry College 1

)Berry Georgia where both are 1I JUST ARRIVED/p
Watch graduates. "The your couple will

Words (live in Jasper. George is employed -I

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August 19 thruAugust and Mary Alice has accepted the
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i Mrs.Capitola Kyser has return- >
Rev. N. E.
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.Hamilton E.CL. Browne Co. Supplies ...2.4C The H & W. B. Drew Co. .... 6.X (Florida Forest New Assistant
County? .> Ham.'0,. {Memorial Hospital OEttpatient .(Hugh,F. Moore Repairs: Radio, I : iII-
"f -MR--.' -> &43r > Care/ of prisoner ...... (,00( Sheriff"Office'*.*....'......'!'.. 52-52
CsAMiMififlmmra .. ':: ,. J. O.-._ *i ,"".""_.:.SeppBes it. ..:..,...,.:.15C( Dotherow-Office 'Supply"'COT Office ,Service ReportsThe :Director .d 0 ;$
t ..j"i ..-.... ........ 60.05
Western,Auto:St+ Sufp. .;:;24.57 Supplies % .
Continued ,from! 'Page. I) Jones &:,Son Re ere/W., ;a.64.!...l-T eo I Roundtree". &Son*Funeral Home. 'Florida Forest .Headquarters Foster Memorial l ."I": .t ,
I Funeral Exp Co. Indgt. ....150.0C in Hamilton County reports : ... .
Kayo's.Drug4SEEre': Sp-k':: :
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f 1 i "6"t' >, ._ Drugs' .,..,...*..._.... ... The Jasper News Adv. Printing,, the following information or Tom Matthews, well-known Florida ..:f;. '
.Co.,phone I i Forms &' Supplies: May, June radio- writer and
i MaaHfegs na Service No.: Fla. Telephone > woods fires fought and suppressed and television
'Motion was made by Hogan, seconded service .......:;......-.....'.. 1:2s.: 1 and July ..... .._..... 145JC in the county during the past twenty4our producer, has been" named assistant DYKES SMITH rI
by:: Mr. McCulley to accept Fla. Power Corp. Utilities, : Essie Curry County Indigent 15.00 hour period. director of the Stephen Foster
the:bid of Manning's Radio Serf Camp .................... 80.77.. ., HA3HL.TO N1JBRAKY: FUND Number of fires 3, Acres burned 9 8 Memorial at White Springs.Announcement .
vice as said bid was lowest accord A;Levin. &: Son Clothing .... 6.99 Blanche Deas SaL Jury .... 137.109:
i p .159.54M. Nancy Taylor Sal ...... 60.00 Number at fires since Jan. 1 this
ing to sepciGcations and said motion Hill Mfg Co. Janitor Sup July
1. was unanimously carried. D. Moody &: Sons Dragline Kenneth Wood Sal. July... 15.00 year,42,_Acres burned. since Jan. 1
-The' budget for the fiscal.'ear Payment., ................. 792.00 Q Off .& Employees Retirement this year 111. ,; r r
.endSng September 30 1964 having, W. H. Deas ;roc. ;.......... ,4,95. Find, July ................... 6.30)
been.published in 'accordance with Suwanne Sfon, Groc. .....-, 18242 Social Security Acct July ..... 5.71 I The Local Florida Forest Ser
s Chap. 129, Sec. 129.03, 1961 F. S. Valdosta,Hour Co. .......... 5&32The Mrs. Blanche Deas Travel exp 3.40 vice office' today advised of a
the board announced that they: Langdale (b. Piles &:. Mrs. Verna Todd: Periodicals 135.20 vacancy filled Aug. 1 in the County

were ready to hear complaint Lumber ..........-........ 264.60 Harrell's Gulf Serivce Bookmobile by Jimmy Ravon Cook age 22,
from the public regarding the bud Douglas Radiator Shop Radiator Expense ............. .. 17904 in Ranger 1 position. Jimmy will
repairs: ..................... 8.00 No. Fla. Telephone Co. Phone: with Ranger- Mch:Is
get.Motion McGhu' GENERAL FUND r Service ........... ......... 8.50 be working
made by HAMILTON" of Hamilton
was Fla. Power Corp. Utilities in the 'western parts
! that Mr. Sherwood Miller be relieved COUNTY INDIGENTSMrs. Library ................... 21.30 County on the transport and tract- ?A ss
of the job as County Warden,, Mae Long .......... 15.00 fire suppression unit He and
,\ .......... 6.00 FINE & FORFIETURE FUNDJohn tor
': but to be retained in same capacity Louise Cribbs .... side of
Feb. 11 1964, at which Eva Lee ................ 15.00 IL McCormick Fees; County .family will live on the west
until ,
'i time his full retirement is effective Ida 1d'.ae'Smith ........... 10.00 ,.Judge .................... 487.50 t Hamilton County advised J. W
: fc ............ 15.00 John H. McCormick Sal. JuV. Kelly; 9
during said period prior Lottie Mosely : I ttl
,. ; ShffieTd ...... 14.001L.5fl' Judge .................j.. 70.00 I A
Feb. XL, ;1364, Jnay take his'ti 're :Mrs. Pearle :
desires to Miller ........ 12.00 Joseph P. HtiUoman Sal. Juv. .
tirement- anytime he : Frank i I
Counselor ................ 49.27,
s ..;.....,10.00 further business
do so. In the event he desires to i Mrs. James..Royals r There being no
Thelma !
I him by ...... 15.00 Lewis Clerk's Fees .. 23J5 said Board adjourned.
,\ take another job offered to Mrs Roscoe Cooper Game : before thg, Board,
the county he is to work under 1 Jimmie Cindy ;.-...."". 10.00 &: Fresh Water Fish Com. .
the supervision'of the new_county Bessle HlHoway' v..>.L..... 12.00 Arrest Fees .....:.........13.20 ATTEST;.Thelma; ; Lewis, Clerk i v
warden at a salary of 250.00 per : Sirs, :Ruby:Radford' 1 month, and further he is to vacate k .Joseph P. Jones ..-......... 15.00 Wise's Drug Store Drugs Pris 1.50 Jasper, Florida
t 1 the county Warden's residence .Rachel..Moore 1..-...*....... 14.00 Hamilton County Memorial Hasp. I August 8, 1963 ,
'; within thirty days from date hereof; .r 'Annie Mae Whitaker" '...... 10.00 Patient Care Pris. ........ 57.50 I The Board of County Compiis- of Matthews' appointment f.
' because at this time we are able 1 Rance A. :Andrews Sal, & Exp. Home Gas Co., Gas, Jail .... 28.00 sioners met today in call session, I was made today by
for I .f" ;...... 304.60 Johnson's Supplies Jail .... 6.00 members were
to secure'a proper replacement County Agent ;: .i and the following Foster L Barnes, director of Xh,
Mr. Miller/as we might not be able ..A..Arnett.SaJ. Co, Atty. ?. 59.00 I Van H. Priest Co. Supp. Jail .60 present:: Jack Vinson, Aaron Hogan state owned and operated
1 to do so at a later date ;all of the e CO. COmLi. Orkin Exterminating Co. Pest Con- McGhin and Grover Wheeler Memorial
I above motion was to become effective -:Ie.i. Aaron Hogan ............. trol Jail. .. .. 8.00Fla. f and the fo'ilowing! member was absent on the Stnvannee Rh sr
immediately. Said motion was j Grover Wheeler .......... lm.97j Power Corp Utilities Jail 38.57E. : Lawton McCulley. Sheriff i "This new position created by th
seconded by| Mr. McCulty. After Jack Vinson .............. 115.47 i C.. Browne Co. Supp. Jalv 23.40 Rhoden was requested to meet .Stephen Foster Memorial Commission -
general discussion of the entire I Lawton McCulley ........ 103.97. City; of Jasper Utilities,. June & I with the Board, and he was also is the result of an ever- k' vK
;Board and no reasons given other I 1, Guy, McGhin ............ 112.77, ,July ............ ......... 25.05 j present ,air dthe following business increasing interest in the Memorialand
than the abve motion, the Board :Isaac Chandler: .Jr. Exp. CoL Con 1 Charlie Rhoden Sheriff's Cost & was transacted: its activities as well as the __
voted as follows: Agent ..................... 75-00, Feeding Prisoners .... 1793.85 I archives and library of Frosterianaand ;
i Ays Guy McGhin. Lawton McCu :Thelma Lewis, SaL July .... 453.30 C, A. Avriett Conviction Fees & The County Commissioners hav-
ley, Grover Wheeler; Nays Aaron ,Ann C. Malpas Sal. Sup Reg 195.00 (;Dmm. on Bond Est. ... 195.05 ing instructed! Mr. Miller County other historical" information we
Hogan, Jack Vinson.. ... Margaret Register SaL Sect. to Co I(Co. Officers & Employees Retirem Warden Hiiscontinue the operation have here, Barnes said.

Motion was made,by Mr. McGhin .t : Agent .,.....,.....::....... 23.09 Fund, July............... 14.58 I of the count ystockade as of 1| He pointed out it would emfcle
seconded by Mr. Wheeler to hire .Wylma B, White Sal, '& Exp Home' Social Security Acc. Jul L/ .. 1.93 August 1, 1963 and at the same the Memorial ,to do much more in
I, ill Stewart for the l'Iecount: i .'Dem.Agent .......:...... 256.771 Roundtree & Son Funeral Home I time to return all prisoners to the !the preparation of special materials 3
warden'effective to date to replaceMr. -j Ethel G. Dedgfe SaX Sect to Home I I Transportation Charges Re: County Jail ,it was recommended for schools and colleges radio

Miller and to be paid the same' .iDem. Agent .. ........... 69.28 Autopsy.....?............ 25.00 I.by R. P. McLendon Prison Inspector -!and television stations music clubs
t salary as, Mr. Miller received as O. O. Edwards: SaL Asst. St. i I The Board executed the assignment by report filed with the Board writers photographers and othersin I I Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dykes of Micanopy wish to announce the en-

I county warden, and ,the Board Atty. '....:................... 8.931 of judgement as filed by Jop- that in view of this increased population the United States and many fore- gagement of their daughter Danette to Wallace Donald Smith, son
J voted as fo'llows. Wm. Randall, Slaughter Sal. State I ling and Darby', Attorneys at law in I with new sentences to be i of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Smith of
I Ays: Guy McGhin, Grover Wheeler Atty..:...................... 16.56 ,I regarding to Mrs. Naomi Johns served in the county jail rather eign countries who make request. Jasper. The wedding is planned for
Lawton McCulley, Nays: Aaron Eva Akins Sal,Sect,to Circuit former Tax Collector said judge- I than the county stockade that the t i Matthews, who moved to Florida September seventh at T-30 p.m. at the Micarjopy Methodist Church.
I Hogan Jack Viz on. ., Judge ..........,............ 26.79N. ment being recorded in Official County Commissioners hire a full from Alabama while still a child, Miss Dykes will graduate from Gainesville High School in Janu-
1; A number of county road employees ..,H.'Williams Sa'lr Yard Record Book; 53, page 137-138, and time jailer,(man and wife team) in has been in broadcasting more ary. Mr. Smith graduated: from Jennings High SchooL
;1 and other were present at said I upkeep; ............ .... 41.57 said' judgement is hereby assignedto keeping with jail standards in that than 20 years starting with WLAK "
, meeting,'. and the chairman asked ,Addie Mae Smith Sal, Clerk T. C. National Fire insurance Com I an officer'will be- completely in Lakeland. However most of this --.------.,-

k them if;they had anything togflly: **T>ffice. .,...i.Sd.; ..... 73.97 pany of Hartford and upn such charge of safety and security and time has been with WFLA, Tampa, IDlES GUSPIE TAKES PART'distance airlifts, air ground support
and there was no comment made KerSeHK. & Exp Co. assignment the attorneys stated I be available at all time for any
;[. >by those present.: .. Service Officer ............ 150.97 above will deliver a draft to the emergency that might arise. as a writeand newsman, and IX SWIFT STRIKE 111" missions and counterguerrilla'
The following bills were aprovedfor Glora Jean McCauley Sal. Clerk T. Board in the amount of 800.44 to I :WF LA.-TV as a writer and pro- Army Sepcialist Four, James operations.
payment; A. Office ..................... 83.97 cover such shortage incurred by. After .some discussion among all ducer. In television he has been Glispie, 21 whose mother, Mrs. Specialist Glispie a raido opeo
ROAD & BRIDGE FUND William 'Kyser SaL Vet. .. 482.65 said former tax collector. members o fthe Board and Sheriff, .responsible for many documentary Eliza B. Glispie, lives on Route 2, tor in Headquarters Battery, HZ
SALARY ROAD EMPLOYEESO'Nal Charlie Goolsby Sat Jan. ..180.60 Essie Curry was placed on the it was decided not to take any defi- programs and other special tele- Jasper, is participating in Exer- Corps Artillery at Fort Chaffee Ark
Goolsby........... 204.04W. Walter H .Davis SaL Mant. 23.09 county indigent's list in the sum of nite steps 'at this time in regard! to casts seen on Channel 8. Matthews cise SWIFT STRIKE H, a U. S. entered the Army in November
S. Jackson 6.......... 80.87 Julian Wood SaL Civil Defense $15.00 for one month only. hiring a full time jailer until this other writing included articles on Strike Command: with more than 1960.
Alex Mathis ............. 195.64 Director .................. H2.77 There were no complaints filed .matter was more fug!; discussed various phases of American history 75,000 armed forces personnel in Gllspie is a 1959 graduate of J.

Sherwood Miller ........... 298.59I County Comm. Expense nor any persons persent offering; a with the prison inspector. for newspapers! and maga Georgia, North and South Carolina R. E. Lee High School in Jasper.
... .......... 6.25 tein business
1ton Westberry ........ 219.44 ,Jack Vinson complaint in regard to the budget. There : gnc
Harold Hysmith .........; 211.04Dewey f Grover Wheeler ..........., 6.25 Therefore said budget as publishedin before the Board ,said Board ad-"i zines. SWIFT STRIKE HI pits two task ADVERTISINGPAYS.IN
!.Torn'linson! ,. 183.70 ..Aaron, JHogan, ..v .:;:.:...:....: .6.25 \\h a Jasper Ne\\sradopted" _' forces against each other in a four
'1"Af/ ...... .6.25 '- ... by, .,, b lm i.i Mildred week-mock war ending Aug. 16 andincludes '
John "Ponds&::**..:...-.. .7T10.67 f" wton+bieQilley .h' : b she noai-d.' I -TnSJ:;: ;} Lewis, Clerk. '
Robert Culbceth ..,........ 205.54 Guy McGhin ...... ......:.. 6.25 -,- ;.- : .=JaS-f!, ?Vinson, Chairman have Merritt.fuiztme airborne maneuvers, long THE JASPER NEWSyou
Virgil Williams ... ....... 191.04 Co. Officers & Employees Retirem.1 f., '- .. !. one son: ,
Randolph Turner .......... 122.17 Fund, July ......... \;t
Emery Grantham ........ 165.35 Social Security Acct., July .. 71.37 '
Ruben Daniels .......... 205.54. Blue Cross-Blue Shield Insurance :. : < When counts. drive, there's a Standard gasoline that'sjust
Dolye L. Grantham ..... 215.54 August ...... 59.80 e .. right for its needs-Crown Extra, Crown or
Viola Whitfield (Cook) .. 115.47 (Colonial Life Ins., August .... 3.00 ', OUT Economy Crown. Each is famous for long-run .r ,'g
Pete Register ............. 168.35 I State Treasurer Contri July 1013.91 '. ;;
Bill B. Norris .........,.. 219.49 w. T. Edwards T, B. Hospital ; ring mileage. ,dependable performance,top pow'S
Russell White ............ 185.20J. Patient Cire June & July .. 487.50 m: Sparkling GO!Is that what you want from your er at ifs ,price. Standard gasolines offer all the '1',

L. (Buck) Reeves ...... 168.35 i Roval McBee Corp. Office car? Then try :the gasolines that are custom- power your car can use-and not a nickel wasted x' ?'
,... ....... .92.37 I 171.50 rt .
Collis Morgan I : '
Colonial Life Ins. Co. Ins. Aug 9:00 Dept* Public Safety Radio SenvceSheriff How colaWILLYou made to keep your engine and fuel system So always stop at the familiar Standard

Blue Cross Blue Shield .. 1Q3&Q '. '- off. June &July 30.00 -'r sparkling clean -today's' Standard gasolines, sign, where we take better care of your car.

Social Security Acct July 152.65 ..MU'ig&n Office Machine Co. T\'te-I BEWHEN w'. t Dixie's most popular motor fuels.Whatever cart STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)
Co. Off. & Employees Retiremnt I writers repairs ... I
Fund, July ........ 168.44 Criminal'! Research Products, Inc.
Southern Blade & Supply Equip '. Fingerprinting St I2.45-' YOU I

Parts .. ..... .. .. .. .. ..... 123.70 .Lanier System Corp ThermofayPa .
.. 2803 I
Sears & Sons Equip. parts .. .75 !r -
Ottis Brown Motors Equip. General Office Eqp. Co. Office GET HOME ? '.t-. '

Parts ..... ..- .. ......... 14.96 Supo. 66.39\\ ---Js.;>- ," f F
Sapp's Service Station, Parts 'Bowen Supply Co. Office I
.... 126.8.3.Xe t
&: Repairs ......_.......... 2L8C, supplies 12.50 .
r".n '
Com ,
Valdosta Generator & Starter
The H. w H Drew Co. Office ..
Parts & repairs NN 26.45 A v
Service .'.. 1.90Th1mR iy r!
Carmichael Motor Supply Equip. Supplies

Parts ...... .............. 228.19 I W- ond-Disch.! FPfWt 1ors:: I
1.15 & Clerks F es' I
Lewis Motor Co. Equip Parts
ren1T:j-tt9 11 d b
Jasper Auto Parts Equip. Frfpr Music Air-ond. Srum r: : : ;; "
parts .... .. .........._ 35.40 J. O Burch Co. Maintenance 2S12 I 4.'
Newsome Ford Tractor Co. 8.0CGulf (91! He '," I
Oil Corp. Deisel &: Gas for ,City of Jasper Utilities CtHs 6. 01I,I ".'
June &: July .j -. -.. ,82L94 1 1 Cob' Agent Offlee1915' '
Ring Power Corp. Eqp Parts 28.34 1 Fla. .Powe' Coro. Utilities ::
Sandlin Auto Parts, Acres. 26095 & CoL Co.. Agent office 110.31Comty and 1 ; imr i- ;

Valdosta Iron Co. Iron ...... 20.02 i lIporgiltC"1 Bank. June. 8.84
Vulcan Materials Co. Concrete Ji: y Exchange

Pipe ................-..... 423.75 Isaac Chandler. Jr. Ref Exp 3.50l & /
Shands &: Baker, Inc. Road l The Jasper News Legal. .Adv... 67.75 I I
Materials _............... 38.83:' SuJIDJes; '
Keenan Welding Supplies Co. Road (Wise's Drue Store Office Supp.,, 3-03".' .. j

,Materials .................. 31.K:i No. Fla. Telephone Co. Phone.
.I July 234.15 I 4
Service -- M _
I", John H. McCormick Coroner's r; a
; Ne'Y Antennas: Fees. ._....... 3.00 : .
: .. : .. ", Compensation: Incompetency Pro-
ce iinsr (4 c*. iesl
With 30ft Pole'", DiV, Frederick T. fickler .. 40.00 '>
; ?- Dr. J. R. Bruce 40.00 :One thing'about it-it's a f ,
.t' Mrs. Bobbie McCleDan ...12.00 lovelY day for air condition. ;- :: I
:'installed f ;- :.,' John H McCormick: 3O.00irWestern ] ing. Now wouldn't it be nice?*
;: ,, [425.0Q i { Union Service Sh. off 16.76 ,; to go home to cool coot, "f '
:Bud Bullard Rent Health Off. W/S ,' electric comfort Why wait .I
,i June and July 40.00 doesn't cost much. Look
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] tarded. On the other hand the reluctant KliBY. L&UNTF'I'B-- l8B. .. 1 1 new.fconsume: _f milady Jand-granular. That's what makes_
I learn ;Is one,_who may* )[0 sERGEA 'T;', With Your JBomeDSnonstfatian t It looks'lfte
: : .--.J : ; :, 1 I Perky commercial bare5ngcan: sitting unnecessary. af
i I ; You and,Your School. 00 'I' have high potentials and possibilities Ki1'm-: .. 1Iw ," -'. ')e used ,to add'length as well as jdry, miBe sow( and"pours tficb SilfT!
\ M L. PowHl ; but is one who has never been live in' .ukr, Jr, 3, whes4 to trim a child's dress. Hand fagot-'The',' she of conventtonal 0our pargingt
by parents
properly. motivated at home or: at .aver vw mot. too enables you to add length(tides, on the other hand, varies
It will not be long .BOW before suitable ,employment in I school ,and COOseQuentJ.Y.e: mere d to Sergear he .)Wy 2x:ia.rei Agent as well ,as detaiL You can also from small to quite large ,

school bells will'befringing: for ciety. Many Iii& school )acWt.1O-1 and, sometimes .even rebels Inaritiy D ,J -mth. the'::3rd I 'Vihn.I buy this by the yard in tape form j 'n1e difference to texiufre leads

another term of schooL Pre- ulan- become-16 during: .the summer and against doing as well as-he can and I ,Se?ge aJ: Jon: by Wylma L for this purpose. |to a difference In effectiveness.. .
ing work for Hamilton County tea- are ,no longer. required! to-rgo" To I!"''should. Such :'a"'student is highly iJ:) Troop A'ncznter..a: squad;leader i WODda wM't pads doaa
chers will get underway: on Monday school under the compulsory] atten 1'capable but often becomes a disturbing 0 onnalF -A-ftf the divWoriia3n1: Re.:I jventional flour often does. 'Itfesi
; August 19 with an area F, E. A dance law. Many: of these students j t! influence,.in ,the ''school and 'ry' e. mJlce Squaditn. 7tH Laval -t ti I''a more uniform weight ant theLooks -
meeting to be held In the Columbia are faced with the decision of.in the class roomIn large schools ,165 7 &m'ed theaiz3ves Army in 'August:, II like you can throw away I amoufttofftour measured by 'cup
County High School Auditorium In I either continuing their high school |where heterogeneous grouping is tour ca ] overseas on:this your flour sifter and stop worry is constant, guaranteeing oaformi
Lake, City. beginning at 9:00 tun. I education or dropping. out of school i(practiced the slow learner and re- :oir duty to'September .' I ing about messy kithchens when >baking results. '
_The Jasper Ugh and in all likihoods of joining the)jluctant I learner is separated:while* E, ,/he sergeant:.attended: Jasper ,I you bake. 'Besides these improvements tIe
[School'' and Ele-: ranks of the unemployed and the j in the smaller schools they! are 4th School I, We now have not only nori-sift new flour has the same ButrlHonaT
[mentary, tea underpriviledged of the worM We I grouped together. Statistics seem flour, but w e.will soon also be able I values as regular enriched flour"1/!
rs wil meet would be amiss in our duty if 'we I'to indicate that there is a larger to bJy a revolutionary granular. excellent baking resul .
ther iri the I I did not strongly advise the potential number of reluctant learners thr Ji. that the youth of our county do i mn-sift flour. It should be on r: -_ _

J3ementary| echo drop outs alai their parents of:there are slow learners.:: With .:S not have to face this dU ma. We grocers shelf'' now. .. .
a: ol cafeteria on t the serious consequences of quiting I proper guidance in the home t t want to sell our youth upon the Importance The new flour ,called Wondra : '

.f Tuesday morning[high _school. before earning a high I,in the'school both the slow le'ether.m 'securing the very best .WAYS TO ADD LENGTH TO ,has an individual feature that;
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|(August 20 at 8:30m. : ''school diploma. I and the reluctant learner education possible., This 5mUSV" be GIRLS' DRESSES (makes it reajy) special It is "in-1) rPianos Organs
\ -Y done in the home in the'school, in I I Mother of -
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.-> Students As a general rule the vast majority -,1 grow into what is describer.J'hs the growing girls lstantized"--that l is ,it disolves in- r COLONIAL
,I'll' report to, of school dropouts come from{t divergent student whose I the church and in every other insti- ;that hemlines are constant problem. stantJy in warm or cold water WithT;; 1
1 on Tu the following categories of school istics will very likely c ;|tution and agency that works with'i And problems increase if the out lumping. This insures smooth i j ['HOUSE OF MUSIC 1
t / s-I ![I any over and are Interested in our youth. child's dress Is purchased 'readymade sauces and gravies, makes batter
day Morning September 3 at : age youngsters: :the slow learner ;into adult life if not d1led.. One '[' j c: t
1 for a full day of school 'lne the reluctant learner and the diver outstanding educator h escribed I We must come face to face with'-' ,.or if it 'was made without a preparation easier and allows short I NEW, USED, AND f
cafeterias will be opened on that I gent student. We would:like to point the divergent youth IrI .i'lrese: terms: the fact that our young people are growth tuck to allow for lengthening cut methods and recipes. t : SEMANUFACTURBDPIANOS i
the products of the the ,'
date. All beginning pupils in the I lout that there is a difference between -|I"Divergent Youth"do ,one 'illiose wiry TxwneT .. You can substitute Wontia in any t > t
|school, the church and the_ 1
primary department: and all new the slow learner and the, not achive sucr sstn: gjventional con-. community I How to disguise the crease after recipe calling for all purpose flour r,No Down f
students from grades 2-12 should! reluctant learner Almost invariably institu..bthe home, .I at large and we aB have a I II '':letting down a hem is one trouble- without altering the amount stated I / 3 t
(definite responsibilty of helping i t t S18 kIt
register prior to that time in Orderto the reluctant learner is also a the schooV",the #ar lf In SJC1aD>y'I some question. The manufacturers also|claim that ..
be properly assigned to home slow learner but this need not necessarily approved yon,A rorganfcat ,or our young, people grow into graceful -. One way to:avoid a crease is to gives mores: accurate results. } r Call; ) t.
fear t in em maturity and into responsible the hem where is and The new product: is easier to usepPlaY truck wfll Mag .It tof .
rooms classes and courses of study.A be the case. The slow gainful jfejyftBQjt. These are leave it J;'
new term of school at both the |ner as such, is the youngster with:(the youth'vmr because they are tni I'well trained ciuzenshipTiJThis can work within the skirt body to gain since it deosn't fly around as much i i .your front door. ,
secondary and college level often limited ability but is one who is'willing and a _____ to gain status be done only through a deep and extra length. There are several as conventional flour. Its dust' r 1108 N Patters ii r
becomes a time of momentous decision willing to try to measure up to |,and accept >mce In the normal way abiding an dactive Interest In the easy and attractive ways to lengthen free and easily transferable from .' .\.o.oota:.:: PbMI.: ." t
for many students. The high the best of his ability. This student constitute a 'danger to themselves continuous welfare of our young -a dress. bag to cannister to bowL t
school graduate is faced with the :has a more or less difficult time ,and to y jtSety/'ttetrainly: we is Jas people. We certainly hope'the i Set several bands of contrasting Wondra's particles are uniform
decision of either going into some with the learning process but is not I jper ary Hamilton County want to school and the home will work fabric into skirt, with a bow at center r
type additional training or finding j to.be classed with the mentally re-i!join h jfffe m an effort to see to It very closely together to this end front to add a decorative trim. DIRECTLY ON -
during this coming term'of school t I Set in l bands afford length to THE OCEAN DaAjtsmn Beach.
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chance. We might well lace up to Planned
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the fact that any child left unguarded (lengthening it's better to carry the .
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First Federal Hopes You : unnoticed or' ignored bands to the top in some manner
might very quickly] develop, Intoa to tie the design together. They can Efficiencies from $63 per wk. r !'
reluctant learner or divergent be stitched onto the bodice either Bedroom lions $60 per wk. f

youth. This might happen to my vertically or horizontally. Sec your Travel Agent or write
child to your child as well as to Add a wide band of contrasting ROBERT CORDESMgr. t
Had A*. Good Tobacco Sale '! some one else's child. Children will fabric at skirt bottom. Then Phone
respond to personal interest and to make a crushed cummerband of CL 20431X3AS '
the same fabric for the waistline
personal care and it is the responsibility -
of the teacher and the to tie skirt in with top.
parent working together Jo meet When the bodice of a dress needs
Our Current this need. i quite a bit of added length, too
you might use'a,midriff of contrast
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length as need. Then add the same 1
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I "PAGE SIX THE JASPER NEW ?: JASPER. FLORIDA Fri'day. August 16, 1963

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Fun t" Day StoryJContinued :.' .r;ware es%Coach Co.. Mfce wewer Jo,BtIty.GrantamMrs. es: ,*,Charles Jon-;, I Burnham News 1 WHITE SPRINGS!Ji'ihM-S [fo'-. ..''if= ::; 1m f.]"a$per:' etu5----r--

,,' By LOIS ZIPPERERThe'spread' 1 .. w.--
.UUi n', Norris, Mrs Betty NEWS 1iiiish.Library r. '" ;. '
Jane Mitchell Mrs. Betty Kyser,I- between the : .t. f. Published Every Friday t"" "
.;. from Page 1)9&tt ) Mrs Helen Dail, Mrs. A L. Denton agea Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper: FIondar
.--. person is and the age be acts is by Mrs. M ry: CeBtea | StOryllovrHamilton
.;: --- rl": Mrs. Lucille LesHe. Mrs. Joe r what"mates him feel the age,he Subscriptions Strictly in Advance ":.SWl ,
Elaine",Selph, J3ig Top Warehouse W. Mitchell Mrs.: Joe C. ?t tcbedi..,does. Mr. Robert,.Bruce, St erteten- County; Library at Jasper $3.00.in Hamilton $4.00 Outside of County
Bobbie"'Jean.:Hayes, Dedge-Duke";_'Mrs. Frances'Dunaway, Mrs. Inez Palaski, County Journal 4 Sent of the Sunday S Mel'at the has been conducting a story County -

Dgarrie 'Carter, Khvanis Club; I 1McGhfn. Mrs. Jack Vinson J. L.I nethodist Church in Live Oak, was hour every Thursday for childrenIn Cards of Thanks . . $1.00 Minimum
Sha'oo'1Jowe1l, W. R. Tuten Groc.; I Colten, Florida Power Corp, Ralph Little Miisse Cindy e e Cunningham e Of' JUT speaker at the moratag service grades: one thru six. It is held at Telephone SYcamore 2-6331

Theresa Taylor; Chandler's-WMe.; t r Gay Robert Ehlert; 1 GainesviEe and little :Miss Nancy) )unday. He was sent to us by John 10:00) a.m.There Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert. Editors and Publishers
Judith Stormant, Adams Bros.fee:I I Robert Fisfc, City,of Jasper Jerry O'Neal of Valdosta sprat last week 'Wiggin. John alibi Robert dW a are only two sessions left
Teddy Bates, Spur.Service Sion; Stewart Grace Polk Reddin :with their cousin Janet and Shiela 'wonderful job and we are so grate before the end of the se-ason-tbe' ,WALTER L. MOORE IKCARRJBEAN '
Linda GaD Hurst, Jasper P.T.A.; Dail, Jennings High School, J. W. [Alderman of Jennings and Julie ul to them. one on August 15 and" the grand 1963 Corn ,Price I I
I Donna CoDum, Order East.Star; Shadrick of Pinetta.I finale on August 22.; I l Walter I Moore, radiomen seaman
DeVane, Clinton Mitchell; Jack!,, Cathy We have had'vwnderul speakers Rates *
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t" "Steph. Foster Musicssr
Eileen ter; On the final day .movies win be Support appretice, USN son of Mr.
Vinson i I fill in for minister while he
Brad our
Vinson. Jack Sandlin o
9 *, !, Mrs. Cecil Crawford of Jacksonville I shown and refreshments served of Route 1
The price support rate and Mrs-W. V. Moore ,
; corn
Shor- been at
VJIW., Jasper High School, ] las awayi'l
Their spent the weekend with her SlaVS Mrs. Deas, Librarian. AD has been Jasper. Florida is serving aborad
Master of Ceremonies bliss : Deas and Western Playboys, We have missed Rev. Goddard L39 per bushel C\j't'
r Boltin Mrs. ty sister and family Mr. and Mrs. children in grades one thru siix ced Williams the anti-submarine warfare sup
ma and the judges: Jerry Register Charles O'Cain, and welcome bbq> back. He wfl return i by Emery ,
sari Farnsworth, Miss' Carolyn f Franklin Gaston. in the county" are urged to attend Agricultural Stabilization and .port aircraft carrier USS Wasp
Mr. 'Mai, Mr. Dan ;Colonial House of Music for loan I f home this weekend and will these last two Story Hours, even man.Conservation State 'Committee.This which recently participated in fleet
Barwick, Randy I
Pete Mrs. Rufus CuTbretii of Mel Ga t tI J Sunday. I'm I I
lot Miss Joyce Smith bring the message
i Stainer, Mir ,'George R. ((Puggy) i organ I I if they haven't attended the othersTOf total price support rate which operations in the Caribbean.
:Deas, Tom Bridges, Judge John I visited her sister and family Mr. 'sure everyone attending the service
will be effective in all Florida call the Carib-
\ Day.Also :McCormick Everett Browne, Mrs. and Mrs. Charlie Deas over the!!will receive a blessing, as we sharein I Ports of during
Ir : Kenneth Tuten and boys, { counties win be reflected in a loan I bean deployment Included New Or
flowers weekend. .
Myrtle White for and Rib-i ] his experience Seminary.
Thomas Bustin aviation electronics
Judy Jones, Ann Camp,Nancy Mc sees N. and purchase agreement rate of t'leans La. the Republic of Honduras -
bons for contestants
p Chin, M. 1. Powell, C. D. Barker, : I Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Waters and Mrs. Jane Amann just recently technician first class USN. $1.21 per bushel plus a payment. Kingston Jamica, and St.
Jesse Word, Annette Joiner, Jack Suwannee River; Authority, Harry children and Mr. and Mrs. G.. W. returned from Negates, Arizona, son of Mrs. and Mrs. C. B. Bustinof in-kind of IS cents per bushel. '!berate Thomas in the Virgin Islands.
Sandlin, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Smith, Robarts and,John C. Camp; Millard Waters. and children were home where she attended the funeral of Route 3, Jasper serving with 'established for 1963 is 9 cents Highlight of the cruise came at

Billy Burch Dr, Fred Miokler, Noblin of ,Florida' Develop- from Jacksonville spending some her daughter. Mrs. Helen A. Adams -j I Heavy Attack Squadron 13 recently perbushel higher than that in effect the Republic of Honduras when
Harry T. Reid. Maud Havener!! ment Comnisssion.: Pepsi Cola I time with their mother and grand I formerly of White Springs.! participated in a major fleet strike for 1962. Wasp cremen welcomed his excellency
MaybeHe Black, Lois Curry TnerMcGhin ; Co., Cocaf,.ColaCj .u+Milton' Kelly, 'mother Mrs. :Minnie Waters'this She passed away of a heart attack land I anti-aircraft warfare exercise The State Committee: Chairman Dr. Ramon Vllleda Morales,
Evans Building Products: Kayo :McGhin., ,Curry Jewelry. :weekend and was buried "at Nogales. I i I conducted, by Commander First stressed that city com producers i Honduran President abord ship.
Co., Jim Martin from King Hard-\Store, Sherry Andrews., see. I -J'. ./' 'I\\ e (Fleet off the Pacific Coast. who participate in the 1963 Feed I The 40,900 Wasp normally oper-
t Mxv and Mrs. Edward Leutner Mrs. Barbar/t'Adams, formerly f' Dubbed "Exercise Golf Ball" the Grain Program will be eligible for ates out of Boston. Mass.
petition forftoaj discharge and_that I five-day exercise centere daround
Advs. she will aVply;' to the:Honorable and children and nephew and niece I,of White Springs was married to ; the price support on their 1963 pro- I
Legal . the attack aircraft carrier USS .
.John H. McCormick;' County .Judge ducton. Non-participants be in-
r I Glenn and Michelli Noriega left Arthur 1. Stewart of Nogales. Ari-,
,, Florida on the .
of Hamllton'Count : I II Oriskany.t \
IN CIRCUIT COURT THIRD: rlet of ttJierosl. UC1 for approval for their homes in Macon: and De-J elgible.
day ; I I\' in a beautiful church cere-, In addition to the Orisknay the
IF JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. HAMILTON of same jsnd for final discharge cater, Ga., Sunday after spending;,yamony father of Under legislation authorizing the ;I
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COUNTY. FLORIDAIN a* AdmJnintratrfr', of the estate of: recently. task force included a heavy cruiser 1963 Feed Grain Program all the i It
time with their and
CHANCERY "CAULEY CARL BtlLItARD deceasedon some parents her and she :
1965. : I j!jPittsburg I gave away two ,guide dmissile frigates, seven production of corn from partici- I %)
EUGENIA TOLES this 19lv lltbc'ft'tlrh: '' ; grandparents Mr and Mrs. Joe I Ii 'had! six attendants.
I j and three
Plaintiff Bon e i'Sullivan. auxilary ships pating farms can be put under I l
Vs.ROOSEVELT. Administratrix the estate of, all of which are Pacific Fleet units definite New
j price scupport loans. This is a ArrivaiLA
N Defendant Mr. and 1PeteBlair of Jack MINISTER i Opposing the force was an enemy change from the 1962 procedures
JJt Tim NAME OF THE AN MY STATE THK AUTHORITY OF1 July 26 Aug 2 9 16 sorrviEe spent Sunday with Mrs. {j SCHOOL AT EMORY I group consisting of a submarine ,a as in that year price supportwas I daughter was born August 4

FLORID: I 't" Blair's parents Mr. and Mrs. Ottie ,'f Rev. Harry A. '3oddard: of White heavy attack squadron two carrier limited to not more than the 'to Mr. end Mrs. Charlie Rhoden
TO: ROOSEVELT TOLES Unknown.Whoee. |t i. :THIRD S-C1RCUIT%JUDTClAt COURT., CIRIJCUIT. I Deas. Mr. and Mrs. Blair and sister -'I Springs Methodist Church is among airborne early warning squadronsanda normal production of the planted in Pineview General Hospital in
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A sworn bill of complaint having: COUNTY., HAMILTON FLORIDA 1 I II' Mrs. Cecil Crawford had supper ;210 ministers attending the annual Canadian Air Force squadron acreage of of participating feed Valdosta. She weighed eight b..
been filed in this Court against you < with their sister School at Emory University's dandier -
fOLE Sunday night grain farms. named
I' >E TAPLEY j 113 ounces and was Kathryn
the relief therein Bought being dlvorce -| .
and other relief you are required I PlaintiffVa and family :Mr. and Mrs. Franklin School of Tneology at Atlanta.: LOCAL NEWS The schedule of premiums and Elizabeth.
to answer said complaint on' HOMER R. TAP1.EY I Gaston. | The sessions began July 22 and Mr. and Mrs. James Fouraker' discounts is unchanged from that I

or Ing before to C.August A. Avriett 16th..Jasper 19S furnlsh-Florida r Defendant Mr. J. J. Zipperer Sr. has been j:end August 16.NOTE I has left for a two week visit' in' for the 1962 crop. To be eligiblefor program for 1963 crop corn will

Flafntiff's Attorney a copy thereof. : IN AUTHORITY THE NAME OF AND THE BY STATE THE I.I confined top Hamilton jC unts Hbsits3 -( OF THANKS Syracuse N. Y. They plan to go support corn must grade no. ,be carried out through farm and
will be :
else decree against pro you.confesso entered OF FLORIDA. for the past several[ clays. We f i r farther up in New York State. This 3 or No. 4 on the factor of test |warehouse-stored loans and purchase

Witness my hand and the official TO residence: HOMER and address R. TAPLEY.is Ochlocknee whose I,lope Mr. Zipperer will soon be well We wish to express our heartfelt :makes Mr. Fourakers second trip. weight only but otherwise No. 3 I agreements. These will be
seal of this Court at Florida time thru
this 17th day of .July Jasper A. D. 1X3. Georgia: I and back home. > :Hia'/.* I I'thanks to aH the dear friends for except for moisture content. I available from harvest

.(SEAL) Clerk THELMA of Circuit LEWIS Court been A sworn filed In bill this of Court complaint against having you I 6666 ,*.vv/. I.the cards and*prayers during my As in the past the price support May 31, 1964.

By Alice Jones. the relief therein sought being divorce Marie \\'Warns)] left for Jacksonville : recent illness. I
C. A. Avrlet. and other relief you are.required Sunday night where she :May the good Lord Bless you real '
.Jasper Florida '.,. or before to September answer said 6. 1963.complaint furnish-on I,will begfei her teaching career :good. ,

IN COURT OF THE COUNTY Plaintiffs lay to C.a A.Attorney A vrfett,. 'a.Jasper.copy thereof Florida shortly. .-.' | Arnold'.. Carpenter and Feeder Calf Sale

else decree pro confeiso will be entered 1 ..
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RE THE ESTATE OF against you.Witness Cleveland and Sudie Selph! and]I '
!' my hand and the official : .
CAULEY CARL DULLARD Deceased seal of this Court at Jasper Florida children spent Sunday ini Ltve Oak| ,". FRIDAY AUGUST 30
this 6th day of August A.D. 1963. with their parents and grandparents
J' IN PROBATETO THELMA LEWIS. Clerk is just home.from Suwannee County "fa life, as in chess, forethought
Circuit Court of Hamilton Pemywell Kelly wins "
I where she had been Charles Buxton
Notice la that Bon- ,
hereby given '
County, by Alice .Jone. Sudie went to see her mother who:
ale B. Administratrix filed Forethought
Hillhouse be
: Deputy Clerk confined for several days.- may not a cinch LIVESTOCK
her final report as Administratrix of I COLUMBIA
C A. Avriett.Jaiper. *
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the estate of CAULEY CARL BUL- Florida (seal) INTEREST'LONG Winner, but it is surely benefi-
i LARD, deceased that she filed her Aug. 9 16.'23 30 Sept. 6 LOW Mr. and Mrs.
I'' "What Is Meant By Religious Unity?" I TERM I and Jacksonville sister :Mrs came, Vera up Carter over r.1 It little nothing calm else premeditation, point certain win MARKET

LOANS weekend to see their father Mr. J. I pitfalls in any venture.iThere.
I have learned by talking .to.willing to continue in his word we J. Zipperer Sr. who has been confined
many in the religous w n ldo rthose shall know the truth; and the truth Thru the I to Hamilton County Hospital q no ,magic panacea: for i LAKE CITY

who profess to be believers in God, shall make us free John 8:31-32. FEDERAL LAND BANK for the past. several. days. success. However, by carefullyand t : HjL .x *

that what is expected end commanded Since God through the apostle Live Oak : 362-1525 You can pretty well judge ,.a wisely planning our moves, 1, Sell Your Steers and Heifers

1 to attain unity as taught in Paul has pronounced a curse on Federal Land BankASSOCIATION man by the finger he can be wound and by substitution forethought Third Annual
GarsWI'd is misunderstood by anyone who whit or would preach I around for the dubious consolation of at our

the masses. Each individual almost any other doctrine than that taught e' e e hindsight, some obstacles and Sale and
with out fail when the subject of by' the inspired apostles we had Little Miss ,Lillian Earle Keelingis be Feeder Calf
LIVE OAK .problems? can anticipatedand
is mentioned! will "We ,
unity say better seek out diligently what that spending ,this week- in Jacksonville ; -
just cannot see the bible alike doctrine is as taught by them. GaL: 311 1 South Ohio Avenue with her uncle. and aunt Mr. avoided. .' GET TOP PRICES FOR THEM

therefore unity is impossible." I 1:8-9. Also U John 9:11. We are Mr and Mrs ,J:. J. Zipperer,Jr. Washday problems are easily

wish to say in a most reserving commanded to study and to learn
avoided, for example ,11 Save 1% selling charge
1 way that I partly agree with those how to rightly divide the word of ADS.REPAIRSWe you REMEMBERYou on
who hold CLASSIFIFARMERS I II lED ladies take advantage of the uniform of 10 or more.
such convictions, howeverI truths this takes a sincere desire when you sell in groups
will emphatically deny bj the t to know what God wants of us ,and simple and inexpensive self LET US KNOWJn advance what you will be
; word of God their conception of Christ has said, Blessed are they I repair aH types service faculties. at JASPER better.
what religous unity consist of. Permit that do hunger and thirst after pliances. Mannings Radio Service, BV'CLEANERS.. selling so that we can serve you

f:,: me to explain what I mean by righteousness fo rthey shall be fill I Jasper. '792-4421. tfc Try us. COLUMBIA LIVESTOCK MARKET

this, I simply mean that I very ed." With lots of sincere effort then MONEY for your farm operations ,.
definitely realize that there are in study and! prayer we can and at reasonable cost. Termsto FURNISHEDAPARTMENT For Watch for a red date oa your 752-1874 Terry McDavid, Mgr.
certain passages of scripture that will know the truth of God's rent upstairs Call 792-6331, Robert Telephone
: fit needs. Loans to
your up dry cleaning- ticket-it wortb
f even the most learned' and devout One important things about: truth 7 years. Can North Florida Production Ehlert, Reg. Real Estate Broker !. $5.00 In '_, : "Top Prices on all livestocW'SHOP !
dry trade.
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Now while all of God's word is vail in religion. We read in I Cor. SEPTIC TANK and Drain Field ed to sell/tann1ngs Radio I FROM

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cease trying to understand more of by: the name of our Lord Jesus Call 792-3801 tfc I GOOD USED TV Installed for I
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if one was capable of understand things ,and that ye be perfectly; FOR SALE Lot on Suwanne,.Service. 792-f421. Jasper. tfc I i .
ing every word, every passage in joined together in the ,same mind River at Suwannee Springs. Reasonable. Salesladies

the bible His wisdom would exceed and in,the',same judgement. that Inqure Robert Ehlert, Real j NEEDED Courteous

that of Solomon that of the Ph<>- there be no.division amoung you.*' Estate Broker. 792-6331 tfc ,.VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANY To Serve YouMILK

phets because many of the things Two peOple'cannot disagree on i In Live Oak! Florida for all your 1 V E .
they spoke as inspired by God. what the Bible teaches and both be FREE LUBRICATION! 1 musical needs from 'organs and -(1. ..., ;

they never understood. Phophecy.correct ,it is a scriptural impossibility pianos to records and record play- We Produce and Process
is hard to understand that is why .because God is not the We will give a FREE Lobe Job I I o tic

the book of Revelation is so deep I author of confusion but of peace. 1 with each oil change-for a I I era. r ,' R' our own Milk direct from
and we hear so many,and varied Cor. 14:33.:'God is not the author of limited time only! I'{FOR SALE '-OR BENT Won r

concepts of what the lessons taught i division but of unity. Even the .Firestone Tires der Bar. Also one deep well v FARM STORES ouro m (arms

therein really mean. But all of j prayer of Christ in John 11 first .Deloo Batteriesat pump $75. and 4 room House on
these things which are hard to be directed to God for the apostfes} competitive prices! I 12 acres lan 860:Wonder Bar,Jasper
understood although-they are necessary land then on thf,behalf of air'them, FRED TAYLOR'S Fla.W" A9p '. A FULL DAY FRESHER!!
to complete our JcnoVledge.jwho'should believe'on him through I'* I
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will find they never have any bearing -!"That they an may be one in us: FARMS WANTED IF YOU SALE. Fully equipped, now operating "

on our souls salvation, that Is'Father, art in me and I in thee, would like to sell your farm I' in Jem ngs. A real bar Family': (
I they are not o fthe plan of salva I that the yalso may: be one in us: see us. We hare calls for farms :gain. For more Informatkln'aB ICE c

tion because anything which man that the world may believe that every week. _W. L. Bryan Beg. :Lee Faulkner Finetta Fia, A9p SizeGallons 7.9
t I must do to become a child of God thou hast sent me," Then again in Real Estate Broker. Phone ST
t has not been placed in the Bible inJ' I Phil. 3:16 Let us'waJk by the same 2-2985 or ST 2-6331 J. MILK
an obscure manner but to the contrary ,ruJe;,Let+ 'us mind the same things. AUCTION BALE
is clear and easy to be Understood J Next week the Lord willing we Georgia Plate Glass Co. Saturday August' 10th, 1 panat. Vanil1Chocolate Strawberry-
Therefore the apostle Paul'will study sane;b ftfce things upon 9 Store Frosts the Coliseum Live Oak Fla With the "Ice Cream Taste- -

said to the Ephesians, "Wherefore'by 'which we must agree to have the .BBrron Realhi Bred Selling 70 Durocs: So Good and refreshing, too!Ii

ye not unwise, but undemand-I unity for which Christ prayed, and S Tab EncUttares, Showers 20 Bred Gilts
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Would!the Holy Spirit have directed I taught and erfnrted disciples d VALDOSTA Open
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I these words'to be written to people.I Christ. These things will consist of 10 Barrows for fall shows
who could not understand what the 1''the (1) organization of the New PIANO FOR SALE = PRACTICE Write catalog: 1 i HomoMILK9&
will of the Lord is? I think not and Testament Church.: (2) the worshipof UPRIGHT FORS59 UP. RECON fort Florida. '
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again we notice a passage of scrip!, things necessary to become a OF MUSIC 114* N. PATTERSON. Henry

ture which shows that one can Christian. (4) the things necessaryto VALDOSTA. TEXEFHONE CHI2945. .
I know what the will of the Lord Is, living ,so as to have assurance c FOR SALE'1Registered Polled Hereford
and that they do not have to be a of an interance tato.that eve ast. BuDs 7 to 16 months old an Natural Flavor
scholar order to do so. Paul said ting kingdom of God. "(5) probablysome USED TYPEWRITER510. Recently calfhood vaccinated. Top quality.R Your Milk In Glass For

to Timothy in 11 Timv 3:15 "And about-Jibe names* of..the New! recoBditkxjed-aH) in good B. Bryan. Madison. FSa.AISc .
i that from a chiM thou hast known Testament Church and its establishment .working order. The Jasper News AND FRESHNESS

the holy scriptures, which'are ableto All o fthese things are taught OPPORTUNITY OPEN for ambitious t"?

make thee wise unto salvationtferough ax plain as the saying goes as the man 25 to 62. to operate FOR BALFr30-lath elute rung* .
faith which is ia OvfstJesus. Base on your tase. So simple to beuadegrtood retail Watkins Route in this com Automatic Washer and Dryer. AE 8:00 ajn. to 8:00) p.m.
." So we caD See that"these that one must have help munity. Earnings from $100.00 to new in original crates. ReaeonoJMy.priced. Store Hours

who would say that we cannot seethe from a false teacher in order to see I5d.09 easy from the beginning. Mrs. Vernon Wetfaertegtee 7 Days Per Week .

Bible alflce. are admitting that them Bay other way than taught in For interview in your area write Telephone 793-3621. :***, 'f'"_ .., .,.

.; they haven't studied beeaase Timothy Gotfs word. WatMas, 659 West Peachtree SL N. REAKMKR shop for dairy and ice cream;products at your nearest Swan
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what God oommanded of him to b e KeMMth E. Thomas Sale Good conffitinn. 349' ando nee Valley Dairies Farm Store for freshness.:ilavor. and low pncesK

E saved & again! beside ibis we havfe Evangritot, Oak Grove FOR SALE. Telephone Maw, RMio Repair Jasper

the promise of Christ that if we are Church of Christ 938-2553. lip phone 7924421 tic I"". .Jr.cJv1i J.. g.D'.J7.J __...:.-.rr.4V".rgJ. .-..7'AV..tVtA


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Friday, August 16, 1963- 1.1iE: JASPER NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

of God Jenrang' and has for the Jasper. Tobacco!: tobacco offered the first few days, TWO MORE CHAIRS DONATED TO HOSPITALby yellow traverse curtains complete.
1 -; -r l de his bomr'BJt'JC.s'ife which dragged the average price ,with rod, for the nursery.
:-- was lived solely Market To.cr down,*"but "Jasper's season t :Virgie Hyman. is the Hamilton, ; It shouldn't be a one woman's
11 ter's bidding. No ose way Mrs. Adina continues :needs ont Awdbry.j
to _da his r Simpson I HverybospitaI. .. project, tho There are many
OBITUAHIES '; task, was ;too great, no work too After Sales i average wig! near the top. However her work for'Hamilton County Hose hospitals 'have._one,. R things needed at the hospital as
.. insignificant, (if:his.Lord commanded FridayJasper's the JF local' market is always pital. Not long ago by.her7 efforts .has.. -,given'of herself,,.,.pretty sofj I I't any official can tell you.
': always tobacco: arfe't"MI1 If ..... .
Bather Jones obeyed. He disappointed average large., easy chair was .given the'' : "
_. _. -had a smile and a,word of close after sales this Friday --' cheer for. eV ryODe. He' was a 1963 season. This' year's average j..A-summary ;of. :the season willappear for heart patients. ,,..! :>, < .r'W. ._ : .
friend tothe needy and afriend in never overcame the poor quality in next;Greek's,paper".. II ;t She 'had'-a little money left and : : ..-.( ,--, _ _
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Rev. Joseph P. Jones. Assemblyof deed. No better proof o fthis is MISS SALLY CAMP WEDS EAU GALLIE MAN with a few more contributions she. '.
I need than that which was shown i I thought to buy another chair-this,; .,;
God Minister died in the Hamil :
# 'ton County Hospital Jasper Sunday -{Iby the hundreds of friends who t The First Baptist Church of Jasper lace trimmed with_see offer
call and to what
to help
afternoon August 11,1963, after I was the scene Tuesday evening featured on the skirt which endedin Better than that-on investigating .I I Ed raton: at '
could render when he ill
they was chair advertised in the Valdosta
t of the of tram. Her veil of illusion a left MrSvAdina Simpson,
three years of illness. Survivors hand when he passed To know I marriage Miss Salty I a chapel :
Times she received this let
include his wife Mrs. Virginia HiD Genevieve Camp and Jeffery Ad- was attached to a pillbox encrusted center, .and Miss :Marie
(him was too love him. And many
Slocum Son
ter from & Furniture
Jones; four brother, L W., Neal j knew him were made to love the rian Moritz. The Rev. Sayer Can- with seed pearls. She car- Hudson head nurse, prepare -
and conducted rites. ried cascade bridal of Co.: I to put the chairs to \
Morris Jones all of Waco Lord whom he served because they ova pastor the a bouquet
"Dear Mrs. It would
Texas; Elsie Jones 'of Washington could The bride is the daughter of Mr. 'lilies of the valley centered with Simpson use. 4
reflected in BrotherJones
[ see give pleasure if will I
me great you
State two sisters: Mrs. Grover and Mrs. John Council Camp of orchids. I
the Image of Hfan. Rev. ,
the chairs asked
Willis Trinidad, Texas, and Mrs. Jones will be missed but not forgotten ,Jasper. The groom is the son of| Mrs. Camp chose for her daugh-i accept, you I
Jabout asap"
I j Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moritz of ,ter's willow silk t
Guy Hill Austin Texas. .. His and his influence :! : Eau wedding a green r tf
memory I So, about ten o'clock Friday mor-
The funeral was held in the Reidlrpergl Gallic.m organza dress with matching ac f
will live on. and on.. .1.1r I I ninggf ust.2,_ the.Slocum "truck ,
I .. .
$ ParlorskpJasper.WedeesJdayT 1 -_.. : I _A'-crescent shaped candelabra cessories-and'an:orchid corsage
r- I I drew up to Hamilton County Hospital -
August 14, at 4:00 The ri flanked by an arrangement of I
I i i f The mother of the groom wore a and delivered two lovely upI -
Hev O. I '' and glads. and tree candelabra
Thomas, District Superintendent mums j
Lewis 44,
Raymond Swilley resident scoop necked sheath of yellow bolstered platform rockers. These!
o fthe Assembly of God entwined with ivy formed the rt ___
r of Jennings died last j chandUjK lacq with matching acces (will be used in the two nurseries.
said the last rites. He was assisted Satur-I'background for the candlelight sere
day afternoon at his home { I
x sories and an orcmt'corSage., -And that's not alL Mrs. Simpson -
by'the Rev. E.: R. Dykes. Baptist nings. Survivors his wife Mrs. emony. I .
Minister of Lake City; Florida, Mr. Carl Moritz served as his A reception honored the couple:!| has ordered toweling with Picture taken in front
Lena Swilley, his mother Mrs. 1 I .
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at the home of the bride's some of the money contributed. by : :\
Rev. and Mrs. Jimmy White,sang Peyton Swilley Sr." both of Jennirdgs -,son's best man. Ushergroomsmenwere parents.:!! friends. of the hospital shows Mr.
"There'll be no DisappointmentsIn ;- three brothers, Peyton Swfl Randy Moritz, brother of the Mrs. Malcolm Crews kept thebride's t '" Joe Slocum at right. with
I r r looks
It to like Mrs. Simpson
Phil Hok and book: Others assisting were "
accompanied by Mrs. !ley Jr. of Jacksonville, Thomas groom ness George the chairs. The Company
Clarence Claahan at the piano. i|((I Cambridge of Maryland and James Walters of Eau Gallie, FlaJ: Joe Mrs. Raymond Camp Jr., Mrs.I { Jfs in Vb&osta. ,
i Walter Abel, Mrs. Active Pallbearers were Brocks of Holly Hill; five sisters: Mrs. Trouba, Miami, and Don Jairett of t
Redding Walter Abel Jr. of Raleigh ., and Mrs. Lloyd Anderson. News
Clarence Calahan, Ira Ethel Lopez of New York, Mrs. Orlando Hospital -
Powers Clark Smith, Buren Red Bertha Lupas of Jennings Mrs. N. C., was the junior grooms- For their wedding trip to Grand I '. :t:
ding Jack Morgan.The Bahama Island the bride chose a
I Bertha Lupas of Jennings Mrs.
o man.Miss
remains was laid to rest in Juanita Moore of Wisconsin, Mrs. Ellen Camp was her sister's two piece costume of black Italian I
the Sardis Cemetery Echols County Lottie Ornstein of Jacksonville, maid of honor. Bridesmaids were: silk designed with a scooped neck k
; Ga. [Mrs. Blanche McNeal of Valdosta: Miss: Ann Camp Mrs. Dick Jones,',bodice of white:banes lace. She'
Hew Jones was born in Lorena. three daughters, Mrs. Frank Odom Gainesville, and Mrs. Charles Hopeof I'ware black accessories! and a white
Texas March 8. 1897. He was the Miss Bertha Rae, Mrs. Mary Joe Atlanta. They wore identical orchid. I
son of the late Benjamin Jones and -Jackson: all of Jacksonville. street length dresses of sea blue Upon their return the couple will PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL NOW
( Martha Landen. He was married(I. Funeral: services were held Wednesday satapeau fashioned with scoop I.make their home in Eau Gallie un- Sump Smith $100,000, SURPLUS STOCK
on October 29, 1919 to Miss Virginia at two p.m. in the Jennings necklines and cap sleeves. Their I. til the groom enters the Universityof Jonathan Law
Hill. Missionary Baptist Church. The short veils were attached to match I Temessee Dental School in January Eston Hester
He united with the Baptist Rev. Wooly pastor assisted by ing blue pill boxes. They carried John Goobby Jewelry Sale
Church at Lorena Texas, when Elder Roy Devane officiated. :Mr. cascade bouquets of daisy mums Ii Out of town guests.included :Mr. Guy Dedge
twelve years of ,age and at that and Mm. Clifford Hewitt, Glenda and yellow rosebuds. and Mrs. Carl .Hf Moritz of Eau Stewart GoodbreadMrs.
J time felt the call to preach the I I Hewitt Mrs. Harold Deas, Mrs. Miss Sally Abel, of Raleigh, N. C. Gillie. :Mr. and Mrs..Russell Sulli- .. Barbara Bricker NOW IN FULL SWING
gospel; however ,it was not until I C. W. -Brown sang two songs., cousin of the bride was the junior van of Eau Gallie Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vaughn ,
-1937 that he entered ful Itime minis Pallbearers were Albert Sauls, bridesmaid. Flower girl was Miss Kurt Hedrick of Tampa, Mr. and try. His first pastorate was the John H. Hill C. H. Lee, MeMn Bette Camp, sister of the bride. -Mrs. Walter Abel of Raleigh, N. c., Janle'"Strafi (cot) STEPHENSON'SSAVINGS
Moody Assembly of God, Moody Pollock, R. C. Lewis, Johnny But They were attired in sea blue Mrs. Delia Anderson of Dade City, .: at
Assebly of God, Lumber Qty, Ga. ler. Interment was in Sassers dresses with scoop necks and full Mr. and Mrs., O., W. Anderson Jr. PATIENTS DISCHARGED SINCE .
Texas Other churches pastored area Landing Cemetery. Harry T. Reid gathered skirts.' They wore miniature of Zephyrhflls, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd LAST WEEK
church which he built; Valdosta, Funeral Home was in charge. pillboxes, Anderson aId family of Orlando Lucille Brown OF
the first Assembly of God Church John Adams, son of :Mrs. R. S. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Taylor of Nora Ann NicholsAkridgfriHudson .
and where he remained many Adams Jr. of Valdosta, was the Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. B. E.
years. His next church to pastor ." -$ ,. ring bearer.. Kennedy Sr.,. Burr and Allen Ottis Stone 33 O-1065 %
was Bristol Virginia, where he STAPLERS and. STAPLES The.bride's full length gown was Kennedy of Homerville, Georgia;I Robert Sapp %
remained and served God's people of silk and taffeta with a bateau Mrs. Bette Adams and boys of Caleb Frost (coL)
several year. Later Rev. Jones THC' |JASPER NEWS neckline and elbow length sleeves.A Valdosta, Mrs. Ronald Hodges and Jim Kingdom,.col)
established and built the Assembly panel of re-embroidered alencon Miss Stevie Jo Harmon of Miami.. I Mrs. Lavonne Peacock ON FINE DIAMONDS NAME BRAflD

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